I use this quick little game to review the relative locations of countries and major landforms during a physical geography unit. This particular version concentrates on Southwest Asia and North Africa.
1. Make two copies of the grid on the next page. Keep one as a guide, cut the other grid into individual cards. Pass these cards out to students.
2. Explain that each card has a clue on the bottom and an answer on the top. Allow students to look at a political/physical map and to study the location of their country.
3. Pick a student at random to read their clue. Other students should be looking at the “I am…” statements and when they recognize their country in the description, they respond with their answer. If the student is correct, then they continue with the clue on their own card.
4. Continue around the room until all students have completed. I usually collect the cards and then pass them out again